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Hey family!

This was shared with me.  I’m disappointed by the predators that targeted the Salvation Army. If you can contribute goods, donations or monetarily please do so. All the contact information is below.

The taker always hates the giver- Ted Leonis
On Saturday, December 12, 2015, <Angela.Soriano@uss.salvationarmy.org> wrote:Dear Sponsors and Volunteers,

I write to you with disappointing news. Unfortunately, teenagers broke into DC warehouse overnight and stole from bags already prepared to go out to families. It appears as though they targeted gifts for the older children, especially electronics.

The police are actively investigating this crime scene, and we are enhancing our current security measures until distribution ends. We are doing a complete inventory and The Salvation Army will be replacing all items we find to be missing.
At this time, we are calling on the community to support us in the form of monetary donations and electronics, such as MP3 players and tablets. Donations can be made at a Red Kettle, online at http://www.salvationarmynca.org or brought to our headquarters at 2626 Pennsylvania Avenue NW from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday.

Given the large number of donors, we will not be able to communicate with sponsors individually regarding your donations. We can assure you that each of the 6,000 children sponsored in the District will have a great Christmas holiday.

Thank you so much for your continued support through this trying time.  

Best,

Angela

Angela Soriano 

The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command 

Volunteer and Donation Drive Coordinator 

O: 202-756-3906 E: angela.soriano@uss.salvationarmy.org 

W: http://www.SalvationArmyNCA.org&nbsp;

Give at Work: CFC# 98883 · UW# 8700 
  

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